Reading

December 2019 Wrap Up

 

I read 13 books  in December.

 

The books I read were:

  •  I didn’t finish any audiobooks
  • Set in the U.S., England, and India

What was my favorite?

This whole series was good.  All of the women are involved in something scandalous. 


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I did it!  I finished the challenge.  I didn’t finish the books that I thought I would but I made it with room to spare.

What I’ve read so far in 2019:

  • Righteous by Joe Ide
  • Buttermilk Graffiti by Edward Lee
  • The Class by Heather Won Tesoriero
  • North by Scott and Jenny Jurek
  • Internment by Samira Ahmed
  • Tikka Chance on Me by Suleikha Snyder
  • Mrs. Martin’s Incomparable Adventure by Courtney Milan
  • The Love and Lies of Rukhsana Ali by Sabina Khan
  • Bury What We Cannot Take by Jean Kwok
  • Instant Indian by Rinku Bhattacharya
  • The True Queen by Zen Cho
  • Professor Chandra Follows His Bliss by Rajeev Balasubramanyam
  • A Rising Man by Abir Mukherjee
  • Spices and Seasons by Rinku Bhattacharya
  • Searching for Sylvie Lee by Jean Kwok
  • The Lost Vintage by Ann Mah
  • A Match Made in Mehendi by Nandini Bajpai
  • Quit Like a Millionaire by Kristy Shen and Bryce Leung
  • What the Eyes Don’t See by Mona Hanna-Attisha
  • Proof of Seduction by Courtney Milan
  • Trial by Desire by Courtney Milan
  • The Widows of Malabar Hill by Sujata Massey

I was aiming for 21-30 books to be at the tapir level.  22/21!


From My Shelf

I’m adding a section to encourage me to read books that I’ve had sitting around for a long time.

This just came out so it hasn’t been sitting around for a long time.  But, I preordered it and it came and I didn’t pick it up immediately.  That tends to be the kiss of death and means I never get around to reading it.  So I made sure to read this one this month.  

My goal book for this was Pachinko.  I tried. I really did. I’m probably about 90% done but it is a slog.


Reading All Around the World challenge from Howling Frog Books

  • Read a nonfiction book about the country – or
  • Read fiction written by a native of the country or someone living for a long time in the country.

Nothing new this month

 

 


 

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